21 - Frustrated Aliens’ Impulses
The most corrupt humans will lie, cheat, and even foul the entire global environment in order to isolate themselves in splendor. But what about aliens? When challenged beyond immediate control, how do they react?
Mind destructive and brain destructive behaviors arise, along with attempts to stultify humans. In such instances, aliens have tried to provoke humans to run off and drink alcohol or feel extreme anger. Aliens have remotely made veiled (as though human) threatening remarks to provoke and frighten humans as part of the IFSP/”three ellipticals’” scheme to thwart, if not decapitate, independent human initiative.
This resembles a human’s animal tendency to behave in ways that maximize genetic proliferation. Among some non-sexual aliens, there’s an impulse to obliterate competing thought systems and impose their own - by any means necessary. However, because they come from more evolved, less internally violent societies, the worst of (interacting) aliens’ impulses appear to be less overtly prone to violence than the worst humans.
At other times, however, i.e. when anger rises against the IFSP’s direct operatives, more advanced alien overseers (including some in the three ellipticals section) have posed threatening remarks - as though human - in order to avert human thoughts about cracking down on the direct operatives. This demonstrates their desire to control the pace and outcome of human doings.
Societies of the sort must establish a basis of law and proportionality, right and wrong, lest they fall behind better populations.
In his mind, their perspective is more important, hence our opinions and our notion of laws don’t count.
Although he listens to grievances about IFSP direct operatives’ mass crimes against humanity, he tends to dismiss them as superfluous. He seems to feel he did the necessary thinking on such subjects thousands (or millions) of years ago.
So, when frustrated by human emotions about mass crimes against humanity, he retreats into his, or his group’s, sense of order and simply externalizes ours. It’s as though legal reasoning and independent critical judgment have withered or have been suppressed in such regimes, which is frightening.
They tend to use hybrid, genetically engineered copies of recently evolved aliens who live in this and other galaxies, in part to pre-empt new populations’ interactions with neighbors before they’ve been assimilated in a larger sense, and in part as a kind of intermediate.
To design their
many various hybrids, hyperversals may rely on various
mega-populations’ abduction and breeding programs. That’s a vast
undertaking involving laboratories and different kinds of science in
different places. It predisposes many populations to think in terms
of intervention, manipulated genetics, and high technology. It also
suggests a chameleon-like strategy, an attempt to play friendly and
get on a people’s good side while sometimes working to entirely
As is noted in later
pages, there are explicit indications that Verdants may long ago
have received genetic inputs from the “three ellipticals”
hyperversals, perhaps as part of an intervention in their own case.
The question is:
In either case, hyperversals live in our vicinity and probably have vital inputs into every mega-population and every galaxy.
We know they can field a critique of larger mega-populations, and who is to say which are more astute and insightful:
Both options are incomplete without the other.
If we achieve a resonant global ecology and use gravitics only sparingly under global accords, we have a good chance.
The irony is that we’ll eventually interbreed with aliens (not necessarily a sexual act) and will exchange genetic options. Billions of years in the future, if not sooner, we’ll look more like mixed-origin hyperversals. Our heritage will derive from many planets, as it may in part, already.
Instead, the majority may be more humble others who recoiled at greedy example and organized to protect themselves from such excess.